Every year the Women Divers Hall of Fame offers graduate, undergraduate, and non-academic scholarships and training grants for diving and related disciplines (including marine biology, conservation, teaching, and underwater archaeology). This year, I am very fortunate to be the recipient of the Cecilia Connelly Memorial Graduate Scholarship in Underwater Archaeology. I am currently an M.A. Find out more »
SMCM alumna Sarah Gregorini (’10), currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Social Work at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, returns to Gambia as part of a team led by Medical School faculty Drs. Melissa McDiarmid and Joanna Gaitens, for an occupational safety workshop with the Gambian Ministry of Health and University of The Gambia School Find out more »
The Society for Applied Anthropology recently held the largest annual conference ever in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The theme for this year’s conference, “Intersections,” brought together current SMCM anthropology students and faculty, as well as alumni, who presented papers or posters on topics that ranged from East African pastoralists, to the department’s twenty year program Find out more »
SMCM alumnus Les Walker (’13) has been hired by the American Anthropological Association (the largest professional society for anthropologists in the USA and perhaps in the world) as the manager for their new Public Education initiative.